Posted by James F. Weber on 12.01.16
December 31 is the last day you can benefit from certain retirement tax breaks. For example, if you haven't put the maximum amount allowed in your 401(k) – $18,000 in 2016 – increasing your contributions can save you money. If you're over age 50, you can make a catch-up contribution to a 401(k) of an additional $6,000. If you're age 70½ or older, remember to take required minimum distributions from retirement plans to avoid a penalty. For more tips on managing your retirement plans, contact us.